The booklet in which I report the year 2000 demolition/survival rates of 1945 Davis buildings is now a slide-show appearing in the right side-bar of this blog.
This is a step forward in making it accessible. The booklet is out of print and previously stored online deep in the davishistoricalsociety.org site. At that location, it is in an “assemble-your-own-booklet” form.*
All 20 pages are now separate and in sequence.
For purposes of speedier loading, the slide-show resolution is reduced, which means less detail in the photos. But the davishistoricalsociety.org version is still there & has higher resolution. The physical booklet is available in local libraries and at the Hattie Weber Museum. (The photos themselves are viewable--with scans available--at UCD’s Department of Special Collections.)
When the slide-show is clicked on, one is taken to a site called Picasa, which is Google’s “let’s put up pictures” site for the public. I have set up the pictures so that anyone can view them as well as download them.
This is one of eight Davis history “albums/slide shows” I now have on Picasa. All are publicly viewable and downloadable. (Two of them are of all the images on this blog and the Old North Davis Chat blog.)